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The control of sulphides in sewerage systems

D. K. B. Thistlethwayte

The control of sulphides in sewerage systems

by D. K. B. Thistlethwayte

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Published by Butterworths in Sydney .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sewerage -- Corrosion.,
  • Sewer design.,
  • Hydrogen sulphide.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by D. K. B. Thistlethwayte.
    ContributionsTechnological Standing Committee on Hydrogen Sulphide Corrosion in Sewerage Works.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD691 .T47 1972b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 173 p.
    Number of Pages173
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5079267M
    ISBN 100409484504
    LC Control Number74150121
    OCLC/WorldCa815148

    EPA Design Manual "Odor and Corrosion Control in Sanitary Sewerage Systems and Treatment Plants", bulletin EPA/// - October National Geographic - August "Bacteria, Teaching Old Bugs New Tricks; Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants, A Field Guide Training Program, volumes 1 & EPA Office of Water Program Operations Comparison of Nitrate and Ferrous Chloride Sulphide Control Mechanisms A rising main will normally be a full pipe, so there is no head space where air or oxygen can interact with the sewerage. Essentially the pipe becomes an anaerobic reactor once any DO is exhausted. Under these conditions, facultative bacteria will switch fromFile Size: KB.

      Metal sulphides from wastewater: assessing the impact of supersaturation control strategies. Mokone TP(1), van Hille RP, Lewis AE. Author information: (1)Crystallization and Precipitation Unit, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa. @d by: The Geelong and District Water Board operates and maintains sewerage systems for Geelong and several other towns on the Bellarine Peninsula Vic. Because the systems cover large geographical areas, sewage remains in the sewers for long periods of time, resulting in considerable build up of sulphides. This paper reports on the improvements resulting from implementation of a long term corrosion.

    Septicity in sewage and sludge need not create odour nuisance unless the compounds formed are released into the atmosphere. Volatile organic sulphides formed within sewage or sludge can be oxidised while dissolved. Turbulence of 'fresh'sewage, will enable oxygen to dissolve from the atmosphere and prevent septicity. causes both corrosion and odour problems in sewage systems and treatment plants. The problem is favoured by increasing temperatures, high COD concentrations, retention time and pipe diameter (ratio volume/surface). For the recently built pressure sewers in the east of Austria no practical experience existed to combat sulphide production.


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Thistlethwayte, D. and Davy, W. and Technological Standing Committee on Hydrogen Sulphide Corrosion in Sewerage Works (Australia). The control of sulphides in sewerage systems / edited by D.K.B. Thistlethwayte Butterworths Sydney Australian/Harvard.

The control of sulphides in sewerage systems by Thistlethwayte, D. B and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   One characteristic by which sanitary sewage is known to the public is its potential for creating odor nuisances.

Sometimes it is the odors escaping from sewer manholes that cause complaints; more commonly, the source is a wastewater treatment plant. Yet there are wastewater treatment plants that are free from this stigma.

Techniques to prevent odor nuisances are available, and if there is a. These cost estimates reflect the importance of adequately considering sulfide control in the design of new sanitary sewer systems. Since publication of the Process Design Manual for Sulfide Control in Sanitary Sewerage Systems insubstantial information on odors and corrosion in municipal sewerage systems has been reported.

For safety reasons alone, control of H2S and related sulfide and sulfate compounds in wastewater collection and treatment systems is of high priority. The odor prob lem and the corrosion that sulfides can cause are added incentives for control. The Mesa Sewerage System The city of Mesa, Ariz., has a population of about.

Intensive field investigations on hydrogen sulphide formation, impacts and control in sewerage systems were carried out during the period – Emphasis was given to determining the importance of sulphate, organic matter, temperature and anaerobic residence time Cited by: One category of methods to control sulfide induced concrete corrosion is to reduce the buildup of H 2 S in the liquid phase, and hence the gas phase, by dosing chemicals (e.g.

magnesium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, iron salts, nitrate and oxygen) into the sewage (Ganigue et Cited by: How can we control the entry of sulphides and sulphates into sewers. Sulphate effect is a major event in sewerage systems which is popularly called as crowning effect.

September EPA Hydrogen Sulfide Corrosion In Wastewater Collection And Treatment Systems Report To Congress Technical Report Printed on Recycled Paper 7.

"Sulfide in Wastewater Collection and Treatment Systems, " ASCE Manual No, ASCE, New York, NY, 8. Thistlethwayte, D.K.B., "The Control of Sulphides in Sewerage Systems.

Sulfide (British English also sulphide) is an inorganic anion of sulfur with the chemical formula S 2− or a compound containing one or more S 2− ions. Solutions of sulfide salts are corrosive. Sulfide also refers to chemical compounds large families of inorganic and organic compounds, e.g.

lead sulfide and dimethyl sulfide. Hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) and bisulfide (SH −) are the conjugate CAS Number: 1. Introduction. Odorous compounds in sewage systems are usually low molecular weight volatile compounds (30 to g/mol) that originate from oxidation of sulfur and/or nitrogen containing organic material or from the reduction of SO 4 2− under anaerobic conditions.

The most noticeable odorous gas produced is hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S), which gives septic sewage its typical rotten-eggs by: Sodium chlorite Hydrogen peroxide Sodium or calcium nitrate Iron salts Sodium chlorite (NaClO) is applied at or near the source of hydrogen sulfide.

It is also applied in wastewater systems where a retention time of greater than 3 hours is encountered, such as File Size: KB. English, Book, Illustrated edition: Hydrogen sulphide control manual: septicity, corrosion and odour control in sewerage systems / Technological Standing Committee on Hydrogen Sulphide Corrosion in Sewerage Works.

Technological Standing Committee on Hydrogen Sulphide Corrosion in Sewerage Works (Australia).The Melbourne and Metropolitan Boards of Works (), Hydrogen Sulphide Control Manual – Septicity, Corrosion and Odour Control in Sewerage Systems, Volumes 1 and 2, Technological Standing Committee on Hydrogen Sulphide Corrosion in Sewerage Works, Melbourne, Australia.

Type. PDF. Also known as. PP Publication date.Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas typically is formed in wastewater collection systems that are conducive to creating septic conditions.

Collection systems in warm climates that have a flat grade or do not have the flow-through velocities (minimum two feet per second) to prevent the stagnation of fluid, allow the septic conditions to occur.